Streamed Live on Friday, November 13, 2020
Evaluation within a context of systems change requires a more engaged and active participation by stakeholders in the community. From youth-led to culturally responsive evaluation practices, there are several meaningful ways to increase the value of doing evaluation at the community level. Participatory evaluation strategies work to strengthen communication and ownership of evaluation implementation and reporting as well as the adoption of evidence resulting from these processes. This webinar also aims to address how to increase participation in evaluation by employing a set of criteria focused on transparency, learning, and consent (T.L.C.).
Background Resource: Strengthening Evaluation Literacy